Lambert St Louis STL Airport Overview

Lambert-St. Louis International Airport STL is the State of Missouri's largest Airport and serves the City of St. Louis and its surrounding counties.

STL Airport is about 10 miles northwest of St. Louis, situated inside the triangle of connecting Interstate Hwys I-270, I-70 and I-170. It  is also connected to the Metrolink light rail, serving the greater Metropolitan St. Louis area. 

With four long runways and an estimated 12.6 million passengers a year, Lambert-St. Louis Airport is served by major airlines (Delta & Southwest presently being the dominant ones), offering nonstop flights throughout the country and connecting flights to all points of the globe. 

Lambert-St. Louis Airport has two passenger terminals - T1  & T2.
Present and future Airport developments:  After two years of construction, the $70M renovation project, which included upgrades to Terminal 1, a state-of-the-art inline baggage system, and improvements to Concourses A & C - the final project (replacement of the old copper roof, done in phases) should be completed by December 2014.

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